Pakistan’s leading business communication company, Multinet has officially announced plans to upgrade its optical transport network, expanding it across 14,000 kilometers all over Pakistan, covering about 120 cities with the most prominent network, Telecom Infra Project (TIP).
It is aimed at improving the open Optical framework and connectivity all over the country, upgrading the quality of the network, and expanding its capacity to a greater extent.
The Chief Operating Officer of Multinet, Mr. Adnan H. Zaidi appreciated this recent landmark and commented, “When we decided to upgrade our long-haul network, we knew it had to be built with an approach to make it agile, scalable, and sustainable and that becomes possible with an open and disaggregated technology.”
Expressing his thoughts he further added, “That’s the future of telecommunications and it is why we went with Open Optical and Packet Transport technologies, the network upgrade also brings home the world’s largest Open Optical framework implementation which is a first for Pakistan and I am proud to share this landmark achievement. Open networks, like this deployment, will streamline operations and accelerate innovation.”